The Department of Environmental Protection has a pilot project to use material from dredging projects to restore degraded wetlands.
New Jersey Sierra Club Director Jeff Tittel says the fracking bill that Gov. Christie vetoed is not a political issue, but is about clean water.
Environmental reporter and author Dan Fagin says that Toms River had welcomed a company that helped the town economically, but also exposed residents to harmful chemicals.
Ragweed pollen has shown up in New Jersey earlier than usual this year, which has worried some with allergies.
Lawmakers passed a bill that would ban fracking in the state but Gov. Christie vetoed the bill.
Sen. Ray Lesniak that sports betting would breathe life back into Atlantic City and into Revel.
The portion of the East Coast Greenway connecting Jersey City and Newark is overgrown with weeds affecting bikers.
Environmental activists voiced their concerns over the RGGI during a hearing.
A Montclair State University research team in looking into the infestation of jellyfish in Barnegat Bay.
In Camden, Phoenix Park is taking over a brownfield -- the former American Minerals industrial site.
This National Lighthouse Day, we visited the historic Cape May Lighthouse.
Homeowners may be able to apply for a DEP grant to pay for the removal of leaking oil tanks.
Animal shelters in NJ are finding the needs of animals is outpacing their financial means.
Residents say they're worried about their health since the train derailment.
Secretary of Agriculture says NJ commercial fisheries caught 180.5 million pounds of fish valuing over $187.7 million.